For young children - fewer books are better than many

Just as you didn’t learn the names of everyone in your neighborhood or parish overnight, children also need repeated readings to learn.


On average, children need to be exposed to a word more than 10 times before they learn it, and it has been proven that repeated reading does help build up vocabulary.


Bored after reading "the hungry caterpillar" for the fifth time? Think of the benefits for your children and persevere!


Few books and repeated reading - a good combination for young children
Few books and repeated reading - a good combination for young children

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